Monday, November 2, 2015

And you thought Murdoch had an agenda...

Where is our FCC who is proclaiming the right and the need to govern our Internet and who uses it how?

 The general lesson is that if some part of government fails in its function, it will most likely be given greater funding and power.  Of course, the purpose of this is not to reward failure; the thinking would be that more money and power will enable the agency to solve the problem.  But the effect is that government grows when social problems grow, and thus it is not in the government’s interests to solve society’s problems. Michael Huemer -The Problem of Political Authority (page 220)

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